Choose Galvanized Chain Links for Security and Durability

Out of the many fence materials avaialable, one of the most versitile, tried & true materials to use is Galvanized Chain Link. A strong metal, chain link fence is made stronger via galvinization, providing you with a sturdy product that will withstand the test of time.Galvanized chain link fencing provides safety and security for uses from backyards to the most secure industrial or municipal project. Williams Fence Company inventories and strongly recommends True Hot-Dip Galvanized materials for all chain link fencing projects.

If you have a question about chain link fences, give us a call at 863.688.1194


4 Key Benefits of Purchasing an Aluminum Fence

Aluminum fences are great for various uses:

  • Pet fences
  • Pool Fences
  • Children Barriers
  • Enhance landscape
  • Prevent Theft

However useful they are, here are 4 key benefits that make aluminum fences so great:

  1. COST

    – Aluminum fences will cost much less over time. Other fence materials, such as wrought iron, need regular maintenance and can rust leaving you to do costly repairs. Also, they can be used on more areas of your property, and require less time for maintenance.

    – Aluminum doesn’t rust, like iron or chain link might. This means that you will not have to paint your fence, or repair damages like you would on a chain link, or even a wooden fence.

    — This type of fence can be used in many different areas of your yard. You can use aluminum style fences to decorate the area around a beautiful garden, and even as a pool fence it adds value and looks great.

    — Chain link fences make great commercial security fences, however they don’t look so pleasing on residential property. Aluminum fences can be fashioned in the same way a wrought iron fence can, with sharp points ornamenting the tops. This scares most vandals and thieves away, as they don’t want to scale this type of fence.

Aluminum has some appealing key benefits. If you have more questions about fence material, feel free to give us a call at 863.688.1194. See more of our work at



Help Your Dog Behave by Blocking Their Line of Sight

Chain-Link Chompers

Maybe you have a dog that likes to stick their head through the holes they find in a chain-link fence. Maybe they react inappropriately to things they see through the fence. Whatever the reason, here are a few ways you could block your dog's line of sight, preventing them from biting or reacting to something on the other side of the fence.

Reed rolls

You can try zip-tying reed rolls against the length of the fence. This will easily block your dog's line-of-sight through the fence.

Privacy Slats

privacy slatAnother clean, and aesthetically appealing way of reducing visability through a chain link fence is to have privacy slats installed. If this is something you're interested in, make sure to mention it when giving us a call to install your fence. 863-688-1194


Get the "old world iron work" look a a fraction of the cost

Aluminum fences provide you with more years of maintenance free service than a traditional wrought iron fence. The long lasting powder coated finish will help deter rust and leave you with peace of mind. The sleek look of aluminum fencing is a welcome addition to any home's aesthetic appeal.

For inquiries on Aluminum and other types of fences, give us a call at 863.688.1194.


Need Help Keeping Your Dog In The Yard?

The Jumpers and the Patrolers

We all love them. Some of us can't live without them. Our furry companions truly earn their moniker as "Man's Best Friend." As much as we love them, we can't take away their desire to explore and to guard.Vinyl Coated Chain Link Fence

If you have a dog with kangaroo caliber jumping ability, or a patrolman who stalks anything approaching the fence, try using landscaping to keep them away from the fenceline. You could use shrubs for example. Your jumper might find it a little harder to clear the fence AND the leafy obstacle. Your watchdog might feel less inclined to bother fence visitors with a buffer between them. Just make sure to check between the shrubs every now and then. That's to make sure your dog hasn't dug an escape tunnel to China.